Modern Muslim Women: Exfoliating

Here is a quick tip I thought I'd share with you all. Don't go out and buy expensive exfoliating body scrubs or face wash. You can do it at home cheaper and with ingredients that aren't harmful for your skin. When you wash your face or jump in the shower…

Hijab Styles: Shape Finder

I've just found the coolest application that determines what clothes suit you based on  your measurements. It takes a few minutes to do because you have to bust out the tape measure! It's almost like having your own personal shopper. In the beginning the site asks what style you like (loose,…

Modern Muslim Women: MAS-ICNA Trend Spotting

Do you ever wonder what hijabis across the country are wearing? That thought occurs to me from time to time, but whenever I attend Islamic conventions I usually find that there are tons of styles that I couldn’t possibly keep up with. But, this time I paid close attention and…
Cold Weather

Hijab Fashion: Winter Layers

Winter is such a great season for hijabis Hijab Style. These outfits are slightly edited from their original form. I changed the color for one of the undershirts and I added a shirt under one of the dresses. Please click on the links to see their source, I was mainly…

Back Online

I've been unable to access the internet for 2 days! I apologize for the delay in posting and will have some new stuff up today (Monday). In addition, I'm attending the MAS-ICNA convention this weekend and scouting out some new styles that girls are wearing. I will have more information on that…
Cold Weather

Hijab Fashion: Neutral Colors – Bold Style

Winter isn't over yet! Put on an outfit like this and you'll stay warm and keep in style. Turtleneck dress is from Newport News. Hijabify the outfit by pairing it with wide leg brown pants from Three Dots. Brown heels are SUPER cheap from Make Me Chic. Check out the dark brown…

Hijab Fashion: Natural Looking Makeup

Items you will need: blush (find a shade that can blend easily into your skin and show just a hint of color), blush brush, makeup sponge, concealer, tinted moisturizer (much easier to blend on face without it looking too fake) or light foundation, translucent powder, clear mascara, lip gloss.
  1. Wash your face and moisturize. If your skin is dry this is important.
  2. Dot concealer under your eyes and lightly blend from inner corner of your eye to outer corner with your ring finger or a makeup sponge. Keep patting and blending lightly until it almost disappears.
  3. Dot tinted moisturizer or foundation around your face and eyes and blend it in with your fingertips or a makeup sponge. Don’t forget to blend it into your hairline and under your chin so it looks even.